Revolutionizing the viewing experience with Artificial Intelligence

“Your television could be smarter than you,” said an expert at an exhibition at the Kenyatta International Conference Center (KICC).

The statement carried a lot of weight even though it seemed so light on the surface. Present-day televisions are more ‘humane’ than the previous ones.

Imagine your television set being able to predict the future, tell the weather patterns and correctly inform you whether it will rain or not. Or even recognizing your voice and following your commands.

Imagine you sitting in front of your screen, talking to it, giving it voice commands and it being able to follow every command that you give. 20 years ago, this was a pipe dream. If someone saw you talking to your television then they would automatically assume either of two things – you’ve been completely taken away by what you are watching; or you have lost your marbles!

However, in the 21st Century thanks to the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) television sets are now more interactive than ever before.

Artificial intelligence (AI) in TVs is gaining momentum, with assistants and AI technology now almost expected as a regular feature in the most advanced TV models.

LG Electronics is currently utilizing its leading AI know-how to improve the picture of its impressively large high-end televisions courtesy of the second generation α (Alpha) 9 Gen 2 intelligent processor and deep learning algorithm, LG NanoCell, and OLED TVs.

AI-optimized picture quality that boasts leading clarity, sharpness, detail, and brightness is delivered to viewers via comprehensive content and ambient light analysis.

The intelligent processor supports numerous features, including AI Picture and AI Brightness, with the former recognizing original content quality and optimizing the clarity and sharpness of pictures, and the latter detecting ambient lighting via precise light sensors and altering the TV set’s brightness accordingly for a bright, sharp display.

Beyond TVs, LG’s UltraGear gaming monitors provide a gaming experience that eclipses all others. LG UltraGear gaming monitors are uncompromising IPS Nano displays that deliver a game-changing 1 ms response time and minimized blur and ghosting.

Covering 98 percent of the DCI-P3 color space, gamers can enjoy unmatched colors and clarity with refresh rates that can keep up with the most demanding, highly detailed blockbuster games, thanks to its NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility.

The future in viewing experience is already here, thanks to AI.

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